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“What an age to live in. Get pregnant; see if the baby meets your specifications. If not, just abort and try again. …  After all, having a child isn’t really about the child. It’s about you and your hopes and dreams, your demand to live your best life.” — David Marcus

Pennsylvania’s Democrat Governor Tom Wolf recently vetoed a bill that would have protected unborn babies diagnosed with Down syndrome from abortion.

Pennsylvania law allows abortions up to 24 weeks for any reason except gender selection, and the bill Wolf vetoed would have added Down Syndrome to the exceptions. HB321 would have prohibited aborting a child solely for a “diagnosis of possible Down syndrome” with exceptions for rape, incest, or medical emergency.

“Governor Tom Wolf believes it’s just fine to kill babies in the womb solely because of a prenatal diagnosis of a disability. That is eugenics. ” — Michael Geer, President of the Pennsylvania Family Institute 

Make no mistake, selective abortion is a continuation of eugenics. Wolf’s veto targets specific children for abortion to eradicate Down syndrome.

Following in Europe’s footsteps, Wolf and the Democrat Party are creating a eugenics-based society in the United States under the guise of choice.

Down syndrome has been rapidly disappearing in Europe because prenatal testing has been identifying babies likely be born with the syndrome, and women have been electing to abort them once they’ve been diagnosed with it.

In England, 90% of women have abortions once their unborn babies are diagnosed with Down syndrome. In Iceland, Down syndrome births have been eradicated. Over the last ten years, 100% of pregnant women whose prenatal tests have come back positive for Down syndrome have aborted their babies.

“Iceland isn’t actually eliminating Down syndrome. They’re just killing everybody that has it. Big difference.” Patricia Heaton, actress

Thanks to Wolf and the Democrat Party, history’s most successful eugenics program is being implemented in the United Sates.

“[T]he selective abortion of kids with Down Syndrome sends a clear and destructive message to kids and adults with Down Syndrome. That message is, ‘We are better off without you.’ We are literally telling human beings that they should not exist, that they are too much of a burden on parents and society. That idea is, in a word, evil. The idea that they shouldn’t exist is chilling and horrifying.” — David Marcus

Before the Nazi Party gained power in Germany, German doctors were required to take the Hippocratic Oath, i.e., they swore to “do no harm” or “give a pessary to a woman to cause abortion.” However, when the Nazis assumed power the Oath was discarded for being outdated.

“The Hippocratic Oath …  does not altogether fit present times. Medicine based upon the principle of nil nocere (do no harm) is a very impoverished medicine, and we are unfortunately not in a position to carry on medicine on that simple principle today.” — Dr. Georg August Weltz, Nazi physician who conducted Hypothermia Experiments on Jews, Gypsies, criminals, and children, Trials of the War Criminals Before the Nuremberg Military Tribunals, Washington D.C., 1946-1954, IV:1,081-4

The overwhelming majority of Nazis tried at Nuremberg were accused of “crimes against humanity,” which included the crime of promoting abortion.

The Democrat Party is monolithically pro-abortion. It supports abortion-on-demand through all nine months of pregnancy for race, sex, and Down syndrome. It also supports the use of taxpayer dollars to fund abortion providers and baby-parts merchants like Planned Parenthood.

Few Americans know that Margaret Sanger, founder of Planned Parenthood, was a eugenicist and neo-Malthusian. She was also an admirer of Dr. Ernst Rudin. Rudin, who headed the Nazi Society for Racial Hygiene, wrote several articles on eugenics and sterilization for Sanger’s American Birth Control League. ABCL changed its name to Planned Parenthood in 1942.

“I completely understand that the people pushing this particular ‘final solution’ are saying that people like me should not exist. … We are giving the world a chance to think about the ethics of choosing which humans get a chance at life. Is there really no place for us in the world? … Let’s be America, not Iceland or Denmark.” — Frank Stephens, actor and spokesman for people with Down syndrome

If Wolf and the Democrat Party’s final solution comes to fruition, Down syndrome will be eradicated in the United States, and families will never again have to endure the outcome of having a Down’s child.

The truth is they won’t stop with eradicating Down’s babies, so the question then becomes who’s next?

For more on this story, see Pennsylvania Gov Vetoes Bill That Would Have Protected Babies With Down Syndrome From Abortion, Down syndrome abortions aren’t about compassion, just eugenics, and Selectively Aborting Down Syndrome Babies Is An Absolute Moral Depravity.


Over the past decade, Iceland has virtually eliminated new cases of Down syndrome through widespread use of genetic testing. But some are troubled by a society that can “pick and choose” which children get born. Elaine Quijano went to Iceland to look at the impact for “CBSN: On Assignment.”

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